Robots can do routine or dangerous activities, enhancing safety and performance on the job site. The BIM could serve as a kind of map for robots on the job.
Fremont, CA: Building Information Modeling (BIM), a technology for guiding and monitoring construction processes using digital, 3D building designs and construction plans, has significantly impacted the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries saving experts both time and money. Aside from allowing for clear visualization, BIM has greatly aided cooperation across many sectors, constantly delivering accurate, up-to-date project information.
Robotics is another interesting industry that will transform the AEC business. Surprisingly, robotics and BIM can be mutually beneficial. Robots can do routine or dangerous activities, enhancing safety and performance on the job site. The BIM could serve as a kind of map for robots on the job.
Robotization can alter the construction process in a variety of ways. Robots have the potential to render some human employment redundant.
On the other hand, the advantages are significantly bigger and may even include the creation of entirely new career prospects.
To begin with, robots, like BIM, could help make some building processes more efficient and cost-effective. By reducing the likelihood of miscommunication and costly setbacks, BIM allows AEC firms to save time and money.
Robots save time and money by automating time-consuming and potentially risky manual chores. There is no need to recruit a large team of individuals to supervise them because they only require minimal support and supervision. More importantly, robotization reduces the chance of costly mistakes as well as the possibility of tragic accidents. They can even be utilized in extreme situations for lengthy periods of time. AEC firms now use robots as safety inspectors, checking for individuals who aren't wearing hard hats or simply documenting the situation.